Why Steve Rattner Left The New York Times To Start A Career In Finance

Steven Rattner‘s illustrious career began at the New York Times where he was a reporter covering finance and the economy. However, he decided to leave his journalism career behind for a shot to work in finance.

“I started below the bottom,” Rattner told us. “I was 30-years old; my first assignment was working for a 22-year old corporate analyst.”

While it may have been a humbling experience in the beginning, Rattner loved his new career and stayed on for 26 years.

This interview is part of our Driven Leaders series.

Watch Steven Rattner’s Full Interview HERE >

Produced by Will Wei & Kamelia Angelova.  

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